Inclement weather, school and work commitments, and global pandemics can really mess with travel plans. Maybe you'd like to visit CatholicU and get a closer look at life on campus, but circumstances just haven't allowed that to happen yet. We understand, so we've set up webcams giving you a chance to see what's happening anytime at some key intersections for student activity:
One of the oldest collegiate football programs in the country continues to play games in 3,500-seat Cardinal Stadium each year. The Cardinals women's field hockey team also plays here in the fall. In spring, it's time for track and field practice and competition. But there could be activity in the stadium at almost any time as CatholicU student-athletes use the stadium's state-of-the-art Field Turf surface for running drills or other conditioning.
A new, multi-level student dining facility is under construction at the north end of the University Lawn, situated between the Pryz and Columbus School of Law. The new Dining Commons is expected to open in 2022 and will feature expanded seating capacity complemented by a variety of new dining station options. The University continues to make significant investments enhancing both the academic and student life experience, from a new home for the Conway School of Nursing to the recent completion of our campus energy project. For updates on the Dining Commons and other projects, visit the Campus Construction Updates page.